Thank you, B.C. You’re so kind.
The top five cities named by GoFundMe for being the most generous, based on the number of donations per capita, in Canada are all located in B.C.
The worldwide social fundraising platform released its Year in Giving report today, Dec. 11, which includes a list of the 10 most generous cities in Canada.
The number-one city is Kamloops.
“We all want to be reminded of the good in humanity and inspired by uplifting news – not just during the holidays, but every day,” GoFundMe CEO Rob Solomon said. “Helping people and causes is what brings us to work every day, and we are grateful that we get to empower others to make a lasting difference.”
The 10 most generous cities in Canada, based on the number of donations per capita on GoFundMe, are:
7. Prince George
9. Thunder Bay
10. Red Deer
Canada earned its place as the fourth most generous country on GoFundMe as people came together and took action to make a difference in their community.
The 10 most generous countries, based on number of donations per capita:
2. United States
5. United Kingdom
In Canada, Tuesday is the most popular day for folks to start a fundraiser, and 8 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST) is the most popular time of day to start a fundraiser. Thursday is the most popular day to donate, and 9 p.m. CST is the most popular time to donate.
A total of 834 fundraisers were created this year in Canada that mention hockey. The most prolific donor in the country gave 91 times to 78 fundraisers.
The Year in Giving report highlights global data, trends, company milestones and the biggest moments that took place on GoFundMe this year.
Launched in 2010, GoFundMe is the world’s largest free social fundraising platform. The GoFundMe community has raised over $9 billion, from more than 120 million donations, for people, causes and organizations.